St. Modwen, the expert developer and regeneration specialist, has agreed a series of lease renewals and a new tenant at Wythenshawe Town Centre.
Lease renewals include high street staples Boots, Halifax, Lloyds TSB and Costa Coffee, alongside independent retailer Shahid Farook, who runs the Fonehive store in Haletop East. All are renewing their commitment to the popular town centre in south Manchester.
National health and beauty retailer Boots has signed a five year lease on its current premises located at Unit 25 Haletop, directly adjacent to the Metrolink tansport interchange.
The UK’s largest and fastest-growing coffee shop chain Costa Coffee has signed a nine year lease on its unit in The Birtles.
The Halifax has agreed a 10-year lease to remain in Unit A Haletop while neighbouring Lloyds TSB has renewed its lease for an additional 10 years.
Joining the raft of renewals is new tenant Halo Hairdressing and Beauty. The salon specialises in providing hair stylists, colour technicians and beauticians for a variety of treatments. Taking 2,500 sq ft, the salon is now open and located in Kiosk 1 Simonsway, next to Subway.
Daniel Davis, Wythenshawe Town Centre Manager, said: “We are really pleased to have secured these lease renewals with some big UK household names and to welcome our new tenant Halo Hairdressing and Beauty.
“These new deals ensure we retain a wide retail and amenity offering at Wythenshawe Town Centre, which I know will be well received by the local community.”
Wythenshawe Town Centre boasts a vast array of retailers and eateries ranging from big brand names to independent retailers and hosts Manchester Markets from Monday to Saturday.
Other retailers in Wythenshawe Town Centre include ASDA, Argos, B&M Bargains, Betfred, Card Factory, The Co-Operative Travel, Discount Home Textiles and Domino’s.
Wythenshawe Town Centre is in a prime location within one mile of the M56 and M62, just eight miles from Manchester City Centre and two miles from Manchester Airport – with a new Metrolink station, opened in 2015, linking the two.